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FOX Business
May 12, 2014 11:00am EDT
quote and if you watch tv or use the internet, net neutrality counts. regulators are not separate in web traffic into fast and slow lanes, for now. more what that means for you and
CSPAN
May 12, 2014 8:00am EDT
quote hopefully that'll give some guidance to your answer. i worry when people use the phrase "fast lane," because that implies that there's a slow lane. i worry on the net neutrallyish
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
quote deal with non-us persons, as well as u.s. persons, in addition to the ways we are constraining the potential use committedta -- we are to a u.s.-german cyber dialogue to close further the gaps that may exist in terms of how we operate, how german intelligence operates. to make sure there is transparency and clarity about what we are doing and what our goals and intentions are. these are goals that are
quote through to justify programs that have never been shown to keep us safe but cost us liberties and freedoms that we don't need to give up, and our constitution says we should not give up.
MSNBC
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote like what is that? oh, that's an apple! so used to seeing it in a pie. is peeling an orange even worth it? there's not even chocolate in this. some people use gathering apples as an activity. why don't we go apple picking? because i'd rather die. >> i disagree. apple picking is fun. >> that was a clip from the
MSNBC
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote blame game and that's not the issue here. >> senator kaine, come join us on set sometime. >> thank you. >> coming up, wes moore. and then expert food consumer jim gaffigan joins us with more of -- oh, that's not good. don't do that. don't do that. it's my book but that is so bad what you're eating. we'll be right back with more identify morning joe." ♪ everybody needs a place to rest, everybody wants to have a home ♪ ♪fame, makes a man take things over♪ ♪fame, lets him loose, hard to swallow♪
MSNBC
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote . and important to us. which is it's the bare minimum, you work 40 hours a week and you get out of poverty. why we push it, you should have
CSPAN
May 10, 2014 6:30pm EDT
quote legitimate experiences and legitimate harms. i want to know about them. we can look at whether we have a viable thing before us.
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 12:00am EDT
quote court's instructions to use a commercially reasonable test could result in a so-called fast lane, and internet haves and have-nots. this misses the want. any knew rule will assure an open pathway that is sufficiently robust to enable consumers to access the content,
PBS
May 14, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote going to and from the united states. and they used this authority that previously was used to trace numbers going to and from a single telephone... for everybody. >> narrator: kollar-kotelly's secret ruling relied on a controversial interpretation of
CSPAN
May 2, 2014 12:00pm EDT
quote to take the privacy interests of non-us persons into account in everything that they do. that is something that has not been done before and most of the countries in the world are not to. the privacy interests of non-us citizens are deeply relevant and cap to be -- have to be taken into account under have to be policies and- procedures to protect them. we are in the process of implementing those steps. we have shared with the germans the things we are doing. i will repeat what i have said before. ordinary germans are not subject
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote also the revelation of crimes by the white house including and going into my doctor's office using the cia against me numerous times, attempting to assault me or incapacity tate me. all of those are now regarded at legal under this administration with the first informally and then with the help of congress. so a president wouldn't be facing impeachment as nixon did
MSNBC
May 30, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote grounds it was unconstitutional. that is the espionage act now that president obama has used seven times as if it were an official secrets act which it's very clear congress did not mean it to be and rejected that use. and the supreme court has never to this day ruled on it.
CSPAN
May 24, 2014 12:00am EDT
quote essential to preventing attacks and could readily have been obtained in a timely manner using conventional court orders," which is my answer to professor dershowitz about how else we can target people and find out what we need to know. three democratic senators in president obama's own party who are on the intelligence committee and have access to all classified information wrote an op-ed november 25th in the new york times, and they wrote, quote, "the usefulness of the collection program has been greatly exaggerated. we have yet to see any proof that it provides real, unique value in protecting national security." they hope that they will blind you with emotion, and i hope you will focus on the evidence and the facts. >> now it's my turn.
CBS
May 22, 2014 6:00am PDT
quote . [ laughter ] well, what is cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. >>> 6:20 right now. the u.s. government has thousands of northern california owls in its crosshairs. coming up at 6:30, the reason behind the mission to kill thousands of birds. >>> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, which team has the best record in all of baseball? and giants pitchers dropping like flies last night. we'll show you who went down coming up. lovers: send us your questis about their health and well-being just email "petst kp com", or on our web x.com/pets... and >> we want to invite pet lovers to send us your questions about their health and their well-
PBS
May 13, 2014 9:00pm PDT
quote the tactics that the administration has used to deflect questioning and also to mislead the public. i was amazed at what he was saying, because it was not truthful; it was misleading. and that was the beginning of the spinning and the lies. >> president bush heads to the nsa as part of his weeklong blitz to defend his controversial wiretapping program... >> white house strategy? fight back on every point... >> yesterday it was the president; today the attorney general speaks out on the matter...
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 1:00am PDT
it should be. and staff report has gone through all of the different permitted uses and why they don't really make a lot of sense there. so i think this makes total sense to me. and the fee issue i think i understand that they only have to pay the fees that are the part that is being converted. and if there is any question about fees, we certainly can resolve that. i would be receptive to resisting that, if there is a need for any higher fees, but it sounds like there is really no change and we're just adding -- legalizing existing use and i don't think that it's already a million and a half -- i don't think it should be an exorbitant fee to some just continuing their usage as mvp as it is. i am support in of this and didn't make a lot of sense for manufacturing. there is really no loading space and no parking and lots of columns in the way. i mean it's a building if you want to keep it in its present form and the desire is to do that because of historic reasons, something like this that allows for these type of uses without having to completely retrofit the inside of the buildin
SFGTV
May 31, 2014 8:30am PDT
. >> thank you very much, michael and david for being here and giving us those important reports. i'm going to ask that the secretary for the commission on the environment go ahead and call items a through e at president arce request. >> thank you. can we start with item a city clerk: tock ikz reduction and environmental safety. chris gooiger. >> thank you. i'm not going to give you a n if you is you -- is survey of what the toxic program does. i have been asked to talk about the program which is a long standing successful collaboration with puc and other departments. and with apologizes to the commission on environment who have heard this several times in the past years. let me tell you what i mean by integrated pest management. it's not just pesticide reduction. pest management is all about using the best available scientific information to manage pest in a way that possess a least risk to the environment. there is a huge overlap as to what puc does. we are using prevention first and saving pesticides until the last resort. using pesticides we have a very intricate way of screening and wh
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 12:30am PDT
at 663rd street for conditional use authorization shall be considered now. >> good afternoon, commissioners, rick sucre, department staff. before you is an conditional use authorization and office development authorization. pursuant to planning code, the proposed project seeks to change the use of the subject building from pdr to office use for approximately 80,000 square feet. planning code section 803.9a allows commercial uses not otherwise permited in a zoning district in designated landmarks. for example, there the s uny zoning district office use is not generally performed until within a designated landmark or district. since 660 3rd street is located out of the secondary office district and include the change of use from pdr to office use and currently it's used for office use. as was outlined in planning code 803.9a the project sponsor create an historic plan to assist in the feasibility of justifying the convection to office use and historic building maintenance plan outlines maintenance and rehabilitation program for regular cyclical maintenance, window and roof insp
quote dirtiness of the way these things are being used. it's the lack of respect for the public because -- the lack of respect for the intrusiveness of
SFGTV
May 24, 2014 8:00am PDT
they help us recruit, train and support school volunteers in our school system. they celebrated a few standout volunteers and i'd like to thank them as well. if you'd like to read about them go to www.sf examiner.com where you can see my may 6 column where i spoke about these wonderful volunteers. i'd like to thank them for their service as well. thank you. [applause] ladies and gentlemen, as you all know out there in the community, summer is coming and that means it's not time to sit around and watch tv, it's time to get out and enjoy the city we live in, it's time to eat healthy and be active. and trying to lead by example, i had the incredible honor on april 30 to participate in a 5k run in our first annual fourth grade. and this is the first annual because it's our intent that this will become a yearly event where we will all run a 5k in the fourth grade setting the example that good health starts early. they let me an old guy like me jog along with them. i was very happy to do that, and i'd like to thank gloria and michelle for putting that together. you've recently heard me
SFGTV
May 5, 2014 7:00am PDT
like there is really no change and we're just adding -- legalizing existing use and i don't think that it's already a million and a half -- i don't think it should be an exorbitant fee to some just continuing their usage as mvp as it is. i am support in of this and didn't make a lot of sense for manufacturing. there is really no loading space and no parking and lots of columns in the way. i mean it's a building if you want to keep it in its present form and the desire is to do that because of historic reasons, something like this that allows for these type of uses without having to completely retrofit the inside of the building sound goods to me. i am in favor of this and would move to approve. >> do i hear a second? >> commissioner sugaya. >> yes, thank you. people that know me, i think, know that i have been involved in historic preservation for many, many years and actually since the mid-70s as a professional. so therefore, i would usually be on the side of allowing a conversion, because one of the ways that historic preservation has tried to preserve structures is to introduce
SFGTV
May 30, 2014 11:00pm PDT
concern is that having it come back to the commission as a conditional use sets up a different sort of standards like under the cu it has to be necessary and in demand it puts it on the applicant but under the dr it is up to us to say so there's a twist even though there's an appeal and could come back to the commission once it gets into our decision making camp it's slightly different. >> that's an interesting point we mention the 0 thirty three criteria but i think we need to do more thinking of the mechanisms on that. >> along those lines. and specifically to address that issue we have with every conditional use we're not chaipg the conditional use process for formula retail to exude the possility if a starbuck's or formula retail i don't mean to pick on starbuck's goes out of business but the cu expires which it didn't now it runs with the property; is that right >> from a burger king 0 a mcdonald that will trigger a new conditional use under the code requirement. >> no, no i'm saying if burger king went out of the business if - >> if mcdonald's took over it's requires a new you cu
SFGTV
May 26, 2014 4:00am PDT
student use technology daily in instruction. the goal of the plan is to make sure it's ubiquitous. if we're doing away with textbook and other printed materials, students need to be able to access daily. we're only at 7 percent right now. devices need to be current and reliable. if they're more than 4 years old, that the time devices start having issues and become unusable. we need to get one to one device ratio, right now we're 1 to [inaudible] device ratio. at the early years prek through 5, we need a mix of tablets and laptops. then sixth through eighth that's where the shift starts going. then grades nine through 12 we allow students o bring their own device, however there will be a district funded option that will be equivalent to what the teacher gets as their device. all schools will have high end mobile labs available to them to address the more specific requirements of some of the higher end, particularly our english language lerner software and others that require a fully powered desktop machine to do specific work. so the second component is to develop critical tool systems
quote government agrees all the way up to the president, again, make us stronger how can it be said that i did not serve my government? how can it be said that this harmed the country when all three branches of government
CBS
May 3, 2014 6:00pm PDT
quote what should be a joyous occasion. later, yet another use for drones in the sky. checking out storm damage on the
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quote this phone is suspicious. i think it's being held by a drug dealer. i think it is being used by a terrorist. >> can anyone turn it on remotely if it's off? can they turn on apps? did anyone know or care that i googled the final score of the rangers/canadiens game last night because i was traveling here? >> i would say yes to all of those. they can absolutely turn them on with the power turned off the device. that's pretty scary. the thing about the rangers game is also scary. you might say, does anybody care that i'm looking up the score
MSNBC
May 5, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote >> i do, i do. >> and coming up, senator joe manchion and -- >> some of us have to settle down, i like to dip my pizza in ranch dressing. do you know how they make ranch dressing? butter milk and sadness. alright, that should just about do it. excuse me, what are you doing? uh, well we are fine tuning these small cells that improve coverage, capacity and quality of the network. it means you'll be able t post from the breakroom. great! did it hurt? when you fell from heaven (awkward laugh) ...a little.. (laughs) im sorry, i have to go. at&t is building you a better network.
SFGTV
May 23, 2014 9:00pm PDT
infrastructure so we did increase our bandwidth and increeded the ability for us to really be able to stream lots of information down ; however, if one point fails it can bring down a school site pretty easily. so what we really need to do is build more redundant conductions. this is the way airplanes are reliable. they have two or threesomes that do similar things. this is similar concept and how we were to build out or network to be more resill yents. our current state. mr. ryan's commented that teachers don't have a common place they can go for the curriculum. they don't have a place of materials embedded by the district that aligns to our curricula goals to access videos and documents and other artifacts that are used. our employee system is over ten years old and it barely supports really the basic transactions of managing an employee. when i was a new hire i had 12 different forms and filled out the exact same information on moegs of those forms with a slight change here and there because there were so many different things on how to do that and some never made it into the syste
SFGTV
May 30, 2014 10:30am PDT
important for both the water and sewer system because it creates financial stabilities and allows us to move ahead with our large improvement programs. today we'll cover a number of different things. this is for the viewing audience at home and include toxic and water safety and wastewater management, clean vehicle adoption and newer energy and efficiency. i will turn to my counter part. >> thank you. david as -- acting director for the department. i want to go over the goals of sf puc. i looked at one of our primary goals to keep waste of the landfill and reduce toxins. that interest twiens -- inter twines with sf puc. we try to keep them out of the landfill and wastewater. or energy and climate renubls are our energy efficiency work and renunl -- renewable work and climate work, we address the public sector. we who, with residents and businesses and the if 123 -- sf puc works with the department. two can be linked to fire. the rim fire and the drought. neither would be severe if we with respect to dealing with a long-term clierment change that is affecting a whole variety of what we d
SFGTV
May 14, 2014 8:00am PDT
, the true education is how do we teach students to determine what is useful and what is useless. and that changes our classroom dramatically. we have to teach those skills and information that they have is not all that -- is just -- we need to teach them how to access it, but how do we interpret it, how to use the tools in our classroom to make arguments, to be persuasive, to evaluate. the other piece of the student experience is that what technology can do as an enabler or an accelerator of schooling is it can add transparency between the student and the family and the classroom so that they have -- so that students' progress and growth in status is available and viewable to that parent and that family at all times, so that it's no longer a -- a school is no longer a black box, but it is a partnership between the family and school. what does that mean for an educator? what that means for an educator is if we are thinking that they have -- the students have access just in time and it's [inaudible] so does the teacher and the teacher has access to expertise about them. they have colla
SFGTV
May 13, 2014 5:30am PDT
community for the project has become the uses that were proposing. and the feedback we are not getting on a consistent basis is to please stop talking pre-start doing something. were trying to get there. we should be on the cusp. i want to talk briefly about the mix of uses. one challenge we have right now is that it's very hard to do any leasing the transition documents in place because tenants feel that there's a significant amount of regulatory uncertainty until we actually have our deal in place so hopefully this summer when the deal is in place will be able to really reassure the market that at this point all that's left is the construction execution but we have talked to a lot of tenants on what talk a lot more about tenant mix later in the presentation but in terms of mix of uses our goal is really to build a community and every project we do the community is really an evolving community and some of the considerations we have at this project of the types of uses so we have industrial uses, large industrial uses. we have office use. we have restaurant uses them we have small make
MSNBC
May 1, 2014 1:00am PDT
, rachel. >> good evening, chris. thanks, man. and thanks to you at home for joining us this hour. this is the coliseum, the ancient coliseum in rome. famous for gladiator combat, famous for staged combat between wild beasts, brought in from the far corners of the world to fight for the entertainment of the romans. famous, of course, for public executions, also staged for the entertainment of rome's leaders and rome's citizens. the roman coliseum, at least most of it, is still standing today, in rome, 2,000 years after it was built. it's a unesca world heritage site. one of the most visited tourist destinations on earth. and in the year 2007, they lit up the coliseum specially. they turned on this very theatrical beautiful lighting that showed off the arches of the coliseum and its surviving tiers is and its overall height. and they did that in 2007 in honor of new jersey. new jersey in december of 2007, abolished the death penalty. and 4,000 miles away from trenton, at the ancient coliseum in rome, the romans celebrated what new jersey did by lighting up that monument. and then t
Al Jazeera America
May 29, 2014 12:30pm EDT
their sewell and use would be subjected to the same restrictions as tobacco product. reminder that you can always keep up to date by logging on to our website aljazerra.com. ♪ ♪ >>> you're in the stream. has the enter brought us closer to owing or pushed us farther apart? it's one of the most defining cultural questions of the past decade. one family took a year to put it to the test deciding to live like it was 1986. rotary mphones and paper maps and all. what they learned from forfeiting it. >>> the growing number of households choosing to go off the grid. >>> how some hide their personal information trails from the internet and why it's a lot harder than you might think. >>> my co-host is here and he's bringing in all of your feedback throughout the conversation. you know, a lot of people go off the grid or pull back from technology for environmental reasons for political reasons, but when you start realizing how easily we are all tracked, there's sort of a personal protection reason you want to do it, too. >> our line producer asked for today's show to go off the grid. i lasted
CSPAN
May 26, 2014 11:00am EDT
, chaplain raynor. let us join together in prayer. god, we ask your presence be upon us this day. a day in which we as a nation come together on this hallowed ground to honor those brave men and women who gave all they had for the service of our nation and our freedom. never let us forget the sacrifice and their willingness to serve. they did not ask to become heroes, they asked for courage to never leave their friends, brothers and sisters, those who stood watch with them. warriors died for our country in war. we recognize their gift to us is peace and liberty. the kind of liberty that endures through long struggles. the kind of liberty that is bound with the blood of these, our heroes. brave men and women who answered the call and said send me. they will never be seen again. libertyelebrate this and give comfort to those who continue to grieve. let them know that their loved one did not die in vain and that we will never, ever forget. help us now as we recommit our lives to the service of our nation. let them know that they are not alone. we ask these things in your holy name, amen. l
SFGTV
May 23, 2014 7:00pm PDT
front of of us and what's not in front of of us is clear this is regarding whether or not the permit is valid regarding fixing the sprinkler and i think with that i'll lean more towards agreeing with our president. >> you think i will as well my concern is the gains manship that seems to be going on i don't want to leave this hanging outs there i want to end the appeal here now. >> is that your motion president so deny the appeal and uphold it's code compliant. >> optometry formulation the president to uphold the permit commissioner fung. commissioner hwang commissioner hurtado. commissioner honda >> thank you. vote is 5 to zero this permit is upheld on that basis >> commissioner hwang there's no further business. >> we're >> on december 28, 1912, san francisco mayor stared into a sea of 60,000 of constituents that gathered at geary. the berth of the first publicly owned transit system in the city, the san francisco municipal railway. come and experience lafayette park and enjoy the people, picnic and sunshine. this is a lovely place to take an afternoon stroll with your loved one ha
SFGTV
May 21, 2014 7:00am PDT
qualified women to really help us move forward with the work, so congratulations. thank you. >> ingrid is also fantastic. >> i take your word for it. >> commissioner [inaudible]. >> i strongly support this appointment, but i did have a question in terms of the three members of the counsel, can you give us a sense of the gender breakdown and the ethnic breakdown? >> sure. so we have 25 members. it is predominantly female. currently we have -- and i can send you the appointment list as well. we have one male -- this is something that's questioned as far as ethnic background. i want to go back to how people mark their application, but i do have that information. >> i was just curious as appointments come up if you could provide that information, it would be very informative for us. >> it is on the application as well, so if it's not marked i can follow up. >> not about the individual candidates, but the -- make up of the counsel. >> commissioner wynns. >> thank you. i want to really thank you for this. this is -- we've come a long way. i have to confess, i haven't read every page, but i went
PBS
May 20, 2014 10:00pm PDT
quote it almost took us a few minutes to get our minds around how big of a leak this was and how comprehensive the set of revelations were. we had very little time to react. >> narrator: they sounded the alarm and reached out to an nsa official, john delong. >> i have two computers on my desk-- a classified computer and an unclassified computer. and i'm used to seeing that document on the classified computer. and i did a real double take. i remember just sitting there for 30 seconds checking and rechecking to see what computer this classified document appeared on. the gravity of it was quite palpable, and i thought, "this is going to be a really tough story as it comes out." >> narrator: at tguardian, editor-in-chief janine gibson took a return call from the white house. >> she has the deputy head of
SFGTV
May 22, 2014 2:30pm PDT
commissioners who really struggled hard and their hard work and dedication led us her joel gomez, charles (clapping) lee munson arrest laura and helen and michael brier we get to bear the fruits and labors. we've mentioned this is the last of the 24 branches to be upgraded it's been $2 million we got it done to thank you, everyone (clapping) it's fitting because american planning has nominated that is as one of the great communities in the united states north beach so give yours a hand. san francisco is so lucky we have 228 branch libraries a lot of the libraries around the country are closing their wifi capable and we're going to expand the hours starting today (clapping) thank you this is all done thanks to you the public and the department of public works and the rec and park department and friends of the library the architects and construction crew and most importantly the great work of the san francisco library staff thank you very much and enjoy mother's day weekend (clapping.) thank you, commissioner i think it bears repeating the new library hours as of this weekend all n
Al Jazeera America
May 1, 2014 11:30am EDT
city. thank you for watching aljazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. and check us out 24 hours a day by going to aljazeera.com. m is next. thanks for watching. >> you're sick. you take the medicine meant to cure your illness. that's what we do. but with increasing regular layerty the medicine won't work. the . thi it's the "inside story." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. if you know a really old person ask them what it was like before antibiotics. people regularly died from common diseases or infections or suffered long and hard until an illness passed. then came medicines that meant millions no longer died from pneumonia , tuberculosis, or suffered from long-term debilitation from diseases like gonorrhea. making wonder drug after wonder drug more available and drove prices steadily down. but we overused some drugs, improperly used others, and now the infections themselves evolved. now the great gift to the world, cheap effective treatment for potentially fatal ailments is now in the future. >> reporter: the world may be heading to a post antibiotic era, modern medicines can no
SFGTV
May 30, 2014 11:00am PDT
restoration area for environmental purposes. we do a lot of the things to try to minimize our use over all and frankly i will just put this out there, everybody in my staff is great. thank you chris for all your work on this. and i would be happy to answer any questions. >> colleagues, thoughts, questions, puc commissioners? commissioner steven son? >> yes. we talked about reducing application. have we been able to measure in the water system whether or not we have seen a drop off accordingly? >> well in the water system our goal was to make sure it is zero and the water systems. oftentimes we are controlling weeds around our facilities, mosquito, larva and what they have to do with wastewater. i don't know in the affluent tom can speak to that. >> colleagues? just one quick question, steve, obviously as the ag m with water, that is the linkage for water. they talked about golf and pesticides and we've heard this at the environment commission, golf makes a spray like this. when it comes to water, if you find with respect to golf, does golf similarly lead to a spike in water usage wheth
SFGTV
May 2, 2014 10:30pm PDT
use zoning district and amendments amending the planning code. >> thank you for calling both of these items together. commissioners. we have the office of economic and workforce development and i will give a presentation for your consideration today. >> good afternoon commissioners, office of economic and workforce development. >> thank you for the opportunity to address you about the amendments to section 234 of the planning code that could support the more broad plaza program. as well as the benefits. as a minder we made a presentation on the proposed plaza program march 13th and heard your input and feedback from public comment and based on the information by oewd we would like to present the additional amendments listed in your packet today. in addition, i would like to recognize city staff from several departments present that have been participating in this effort including pavement of parks, mta and dpw, et cetera. as you know citis across the country have been adopting new approaches to enhancing the public realm. san francisco could and should be a leader in these sorts of po
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 1:30am PDT
in green. many hours' of discussions with the various groups helped us craft the changes to the legislation that i will describe in a moment. we believe that these many mode moedfications to the legislation will address the vary inputs and would like to take a moment to thank all of those who took time to meet with us during the last seven weeks for their time and effort. so oewd as you can see on the slide presented to the small business commission, which approved the program unanimously. oewd also conducted an informational op house, which was noticed to the planning department's noticing list. oewd also [kpao-eultd/] a list of 114 questions and clarifications and a summarized list in is in your packet. we posted those answers to the website. based on this additional feedback we made additional changes to three of the four amendments that would establish the program. so the first one, the administrative code will be revised in the land use and economic development committee. amend there had. we submitted substitute legislation to the planning, building and code and public work
CW
May 23, 2014 12:00pm CDT
. a sad reminder to all of us of how dangerous the water can be this time of the year. two men drowned 25 ft. off shore despite being strong swimmers. theorizing that the victims underestimated how cold water was. >> safety a major concern in chicago which has one of the largest life car programs in the country. the 1100 life kurds working the beaches. using computer modeling along with daily bacteria testing to warn people if there's a problem. statistics to predict with the water quality and length in real time. the tale of the web pages for each of chicago's 27 beaches. you can log on to conduct the air temperature the wind speed the water temperature at any of chicago's beaches. you can also get detailed information about parking and amenities. log on to our web site for a link to the special park district page. >> man suspected of trying to sexually assaulting a woman turned himself over to police. the 21 year-old >> no charges have been filed. he remains in custody. the woman fought him off and called for help. former illinois state representative faces new charges relate
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